Author: nonsavant

Hiking in Peru

More of Brattleboro and a hike in the Green Mountains

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Back roads to Vermont

Rhode Island to Brattleboro, Vermont

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Arrival in Boston and visiting Rhode Island

Arrival, Rhode Island and a short walk.

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Window bench DIY project

DIY project to create a window bench for our new flat.

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Configuring Exchange Online Protection for email on a shared host

Switching my MX records to Exchange Online Protection to benefit from their spam detection, as my shared CPanel hosting company can’t or wont deal with the problem.

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Lakes and clouds: Our attempt on Punte alle Porte

Our last day and a steep hike up past two lakes was planned. After thirty minutes of winding road up through the Restonica valley, we arrive at a large car park and the dairy shop. The shop is still open, but there’s no fee for the car park out of season.

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The city of Calvi, the abandoned village and the beach

We started the day with a look around the nearest city, Calvi, and its large, fortified citadella. Then we went on to visit an abandoned village, Occi, now said to be inhabited by lizards. We finished the day on the beach for a swim in the Mediterranean.

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Calanches de Piana

The Calanches de Piana is an area with many crisscrossing walks, where the highlight is the amazing weathered red rock. The scenery was once again in stark contrast to the other walks we did.

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L’Arche de Corte

This turned into a very long walk of over 20 km, including a steep ascent through stunning rock formations, soft paths through peaceful, deserted woodland and a deep river gorge.

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Monte Tolu

Our first walk on Corsica and not too challenging, but nonetheless finishing with some exciting but safe scrambling to reach the summit.

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